9
Feb 2016
It’s a minimalist scene on entering: an empty stage, with a large projection screen at the back and projector centre stage. To the left a sound desk, anglepoise lamp, and a couple of guitars....

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9
Jun 2015
Out of the darkened stage emerges the frozen static image of a classical ballerina. There is just enough light to make her out, enough dark to keep the image obscure – a glimpse of...

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28
May 2015
Wolf Meat is a trouser-ripping side-splitting romp through Grandma Croydon’s twisted world of sex and drugs, pinching inspiration from fairy tales like Red Riding Hood and Cinderella, and cutting them with cop dramas and...

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19
May 2015
The Ice Cream Van’s Hunger thrilled from the very beginning. The curtains open to a monster mash of performers piled high, and tangled up to resemble Alex Scheffler’s illustration of the Horrible Beast in...

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15
May 2015
Hungry for adventure, it was a relief to leave the bright efficiency of the box office tent, and side-step into the dusky Stanmer village church yard where dark figures had been lurking and another...

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